Parishioner, Wendy Sword, was awarded a Papal Blessing at Mass in Dawlish on Wednesday (2nd October) in recognition of her dedicated service to seafarers over the last 15 years through the Apostleship of the Sea (AoS). Attending the Mass were representatives from AoS including Director Martin Foley (pictured left with
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The second annual All Saints Arts Exhibition, which showcases the talents of our parishioners, takes place between Monday 12th and Friday 16th August 2019 and is open from 10am to 8pm daily. As well as a wide range of art works, from paintings and photography to jewellery, ceramics and needlework,
Find out more about how the parish is run, the successes and challenges of the past year and our plans for the future. There’s even a chance to ask our Parish Pastoral Council questions and make your views known. For all this and a chance to socialise with other parishioners
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We are hosting the Teignmouth Ecumenical Prayer Spaces from Monday 13th May until Friday 17th May. Prepared by the different churches in Teignmouth along with Our Lady & St Patrick RC Primary School, visitors are invited to reflect on the parables through the interactive prayer stations. Refreshments are available in
The existing pipe organ in the church is many years old now and in need of repair and restoration. At the last inspection it was discovered that the sound keyboards have been badly affected by extremes of temperature and damp over many years, and more importantly, the ranks of pipes
Here are the Mass Times for Holy Week in Teignmouth, Dawlish and Shaldon.
All Saints recently held a Vision Day as part of our Divine Renovation journey. This day was developed specifically to help our Paish prepare for and develop Growth or Mission Action Plans. More than 50 parishioners took part in interactive workshops, led by members of the PPC and parishioners from